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8 weeks old

HICCUP* - ID#A299852

Staff named me Hiccup* and I am an unaltered female, gray Pit Bull Terrier.

The shelter staff think I am about 8 weeks old.

I have been at the shelter since Mar 01, 2023.

You may adopt me as soon as I am spayed or neutered!

This information is less than 1 hour old.
Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:Hiccup came into the Shelter as an underage puppy with her 8 siblings and mama (Quinn, who is also up for adoption!). She has been spending the past two weeks in foster homes growing big and strong and learning about the world around her. She is now ready for a home of her own. Here is what her foster mama has to say about her: �Hiccup is aptly named since she very cutely hiccups after she eats. She is very gentle and sweet. She loves to be cuddled and to grumble to herself. She is looking for someone to continue her positive behavior reinforcement training to finish out her basic obedience and potty training. She loves attention and is looking for someone who wants to give her lots of love.�

Want to meet Hiccup and her siblings? They will be available for meet and greets starting at 10am on Saturday, March 11th. Check out our website to learn all about how adoptions work at the Shelter so you can be prepared to see the cuteness in person!

 For more information about this animal, call:
Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter - Santa Cruz at (831) 454-7303
Ask for information about animal ID number A299852

ID Number



Santa Cruz County

Shelter Since

High Kill Animal Pound

Phone Number

(831) 454-7303


Santa Cruz County

Name of Facility

Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter - Santa Cruz

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